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  • Connie Roth

    CLEAN TOYS | how to clean stuffed animals that cannot go through the washer! good to know! I clicked on the link & was happy to see that MamaLaundry has other suggestions on things in your casa to clean/fix easier - tips I wouldn't have known. Good stuff! I do need to wash my bear Pancho! :p -RP

  • M.B. Turner

    How to clean stuffed animals that cannot go through the washer! I have way too many beloved stuff animals to not know how to do this.

  • Sarah Cromwell

    How to clean stuffed animals that cannot go through the washer. Thank goodness for this, because they get grrosssss. Also has a link for how to wash stuffed animals in the washer.

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